Get techniques for creating and publishing mobile-friendly, interactive Captivate projects.
- [Voiceover] Hi, I'm Anastasia McCune and welcome to Captivate Projects: Mobile and Responsive Design. In this course, we're going to go over everything you need to get your Captivate projects ready for viewing on mobile devices. We'll see how to update already existing projects from mobile and go over things to look out for when designing new projects. We'll also dive in to using the responsive type of project, available in Captivate 8 that can target multiple screen sizes at once. We'll also be playing with some fun new capabilities for mobile and keep an eye out for best practices.
I'm excited to have you join me in this course. So if you're ready to go mobile with Captivate, let's get started.
- Using the HTML5 Tracker
- Choosing mobile-friendly dimensions and controls
- Adding gesture support and geolocation features
- Adding video
- Ensuring mobile compatibility for nonresponsive projects
- Utilizing smart positioning
- Creating responsive quizzes and simulations
- Previewing and publishing a mobile Captivate project
Skill Level Intermediate
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1. Mobile Compatibility and Features for Both Types of Projects
2. Ensuring Mobile Compatibility for Nonresponsive Projects
3. Designing Responsive Projects
4. Previewing and Publishing
Where to go from here1m 29s
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